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#tresdancing: Short Film Screening and Q&A with Filmmakers

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Series
Association events, Transitions
Language
English
Speaker(s)
sava saheli singh

#tresdancing: Short Film Screening and Q&A with Filmmakers

sava saheli singh, University of Ottawa (co-producer)
Tim Maughan (script writer)
Hingman Leung (director)
Lesley Marshall (co-producer)

The sudden shift from in-person to online classes due to COVID 19 has led to increasingly invasive surveillance technologies in education, including the use of problematic online proctoring software purportedly aimed at addressing academic integrity. #tresdancing, the fourth film in the Screening Surveillance series (www.screeningsurveillance.com), speculates on the effects of escalating surveillance and control through educational technology. In this near future fiction narrative, a young person has little choice as they are forced to ramp up their engagement with a new, experimental technology in order to make up for a failing grade.

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